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113 York Street

A Labourer & a Cab Driver


Number 113 is not on the 1881 Census.


Harry Langley, head, labourer, 38, 1853, Chesterton,
Clara Langley, 34, 1857, Barkway,
Anne Langley, general servant, 18, 1873, Willington Moor, Derbyshire
Jane Langley, general servant, 15, 1876, B. Cambridge
Clara Langley, 10, 1881, B. Cambridge
Mary Langley, 8, 1883, B. Cambridge
Harry Langley, 5, 1886, B. Cambridge
Harriet Edith Langley, 9 months, 1890, B. Cambridge – Harriet died in November 1891 aged 15 months.


Harry Wallman, head, 26, cab driver / groom, 1875, Cambridge
Kate Wallman, wife, 27, 1874, London, Middlesex
Gertrude F Wallman, daughter, 4, 1897, Cambridge
Sydney W Wallman, son, 2, 1899, Cambridge
Emma Odell, boarder, 27, laundry maid, 1874, Cambridge
Henry Odell, boarder, 7, 1894, Luton, Bedfordshire


Charles Gall, 30, carpenter and joiner, b. Shelford

Louisa Gall, 27, b. Somersham, Huntingdonshire

May Gall, 4, b. Cambridge

Louisa and Charles have been married four years and have one child.

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census, National Burial Index For England & Wales,


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